|Sam 'n Henry (aka Amos & Andy) 14 Eps|
(14 Episodes) OTR Correll & Gosden (aka Sam 'n Henry) (aka Amos & Andy) SAM 'N' HENRY, and later AMOS 'N' ANDY, was the start of radio serials. It wasn't uncommon for real talent to leave a program and start a new show under a new name, leaving the station with the former program in name only. This happened often, and it happened with one of the earliest, most popular and longest running radio programs, one that hit the air in 1926...
Keywords: Charles Correll & Freeman Gosden, Sam 'n' Henry; Amos & Andy. OTR Sitcom; Old Time Radio Comedy Music
Downloads: 4,383 (2 reviews)
|Amos & Andy! 87 of 309 Eps (Pg 1 of 2)|
(309 Episodes on 2 pgs) Pg 1 of 2 - 087 of 309 Eps Pg 2 of 2 - 222 of 309 Eps AMOS & ANDY: (Pg 1 of 2) including: 1) First Lines of each episode 2) Program Announcers 3) Program Sponsorship Descriptions 4) Names of All Deleted Doubles Listed as "aka" in Title and Name description It has taken me 3 weeks (so far) to clean up my Amos & Andy collection. By cleaning up, I mean I have removed (75 and counting) existing doubles as a result of mis-dated, mis-numbered and mis-titled episodes...
Keywords: Old Time Radio; Amos & Andy; Situation Comedy; Radio Sitcom
Downloads: 30,666 (5 reviews)
|Amos & Andy! 309 Eps (Pg 2 of 2)|
(309 Episodes on 2 pgs) Pg 1 of 2 - 087 of 309 Eps Pg 2 of 2 - 222 of 309 Eps AMOS & ANDY: Pg 2 of 2 including: 1) First Lines of each episode 2) Program Announcers 3) Program Sponsorship Descriptions 4) Names of All Deleted Doubles Listed as "aka" in Title and Name description 5) BBC 2 Part Documentary: The Real Amos & Andy It took me 3 weeks to clean up my Amos & Andy collection. By cleaning up, I mean I have removed (75 plus) existing doubles, as a result of mis-dated, mis-numbered and mis-ti...
Keywords: Amos & Andy; Sam & Henry; Freeman Gosden & Charles Correll; OTR Sitcom; OTR Comedy Teams
Downloads: 46,665 (7 reviews)
|AFRS-12 - dont1961|
The biggest names in Hollywood and Broadway recorded for AFRS during the war years, The American Forces Network can trace its origins back to May 26, 1942, when the War Department established the Armed Forces Radio Service (AFRS). The U.S. Army began broadcasting from London during World War II, using equipment and studio facilities borrowed from the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). The first transmission to U.S...
Keywords: AFRS; OTR; GI JIVE; Count Basie; Erskine Hawkins; Words With Music; Stan Kenton; One Night Stand; Command Performance; Jackie Gleason; Showtime; Angelus; Bob Hope; Amos & Andy; Jukebox USA; Jack Benny; Globe Theater; WWII; Korea; Art Tatum; Doris Day; Benny Carter
Downloads: 1,385 (1 review)